(by RMS) To reach more seekers with Rama's teachings, we need your help. Volunteer Opportunities abound.
(From Rama sangha celebration organizers) We are pleased to share comments we received from participants in the Rama Birthday & Unity Celebration in 2018.
(From Rama sangha celebration organizers) MORE DETAILS: This is an updated longer blog regarding the recent Rama Birthday & Unity event.
(by RMS) The following update about Rama Meditation Society (RMS) and our activities was distributed to participants in the recent desert trip to celebrate Rama's birthday. Please contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
RAMA MEDITATION SOCIETY (RMS) - February 2018
(by RMS) Our “Voices of the Sangha” interview with Lucia René shares reflections from the author of Unplugging the Patriarchy on her years of study with Rama, what she learned and her journey since he left the body to continue her spiritual quest.
(by E.P.) RMS hosted Canyon of Light Retreat to Bandelier
(by RMS) A friend requested that we recount RMS events to date. Here goes:
(by E.W.) A group of us just finished a series of meditation and discussions on Insights: Talks on the Nature of Existence by Rama.
It has been inspiring to be present and participate on these calls with our virtual sangha!
Each call was like a momentary piercing of the tonal, opening a space, allowing the nagual to flow into this world.
Like Journaling, connecting together as we meditated and shared about the week’s reading, created a sacred moment to remember that the infinite can re-order our lives at any time.
(by Liz L.) On April 11, east coast Rama students met to commemorate Rama’s mahasamadhi at the Audubon Society in Greenwich, Connecticut. The Audubon facility resembles a classic Greenwich estate with spacious grounds. The entrance to the main building is like a large home foyer with an upstairs open hallway. We hung a large banner for Surfing the Himalayas over the entrance to the hall, right at home with the statues of hawks and falcons.
(by Chinjandra) Over thirty years ago a tall, curly haired teacher of meditation and self-discovery, named Atmanada, took some of his friends to a remote area in the Anza Borrego desert to learn and grow.